HISTORY HIGH SCHOOL

Based on the first sentence of the speech, what does Lincoln believe is noteworthy about the founding of the United States? A
The United States was founded through armed revolution.
B
The United States was founded in ideals of liberty and equality.
C
The nation had great leaders during the revolution, and it has a great leader during the civil war.
D
The United States was originally a colony of Britain.

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Answer 1
Answer: Assuming you're referring to the Gettysburg Address, then the correct response would be that "The United States was founded in ideals of liberty and equality," since the opening lines talk about how the United Stats was "conceived in liberty". 

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Which factor was critical for president franklin roosevelt's ability to pass new deal reforms during the first days of his presidency in 1933?

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A sympathetic Congress
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Which continents might be next to each other 200 million years from now

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The next predicted supercontinent, dubbed Amasia, may form when the Americas and Asia both drift northward to merge, closing off the Arctic Ocean


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The americas and asia will merge by the top of canada and the top of asia, to make a supercontinent currently dubbed "amaisia".

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Which statement describes a belief held by Thomas Jefferson but not by Alexander Hamilton? A. The Federalist Party is best for the country. B. The American Revolution was worth all the sacrifice. C. The United States needs a strong central government. D. Ordinary people are capable of governing themselves.

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The statement that best describes a belief held by Thomas Jefferson but  not by Alexander Hamilton is  D. Ordinary people are capable of governing themselves.

for future reference if you have these as your choices (same questions but different choices)

A-the Democratic-Republican Party is best for the country.

B-Breaking away from England was a good idea.

C-The government should be run by aristocratic leaders.

D-Free, public education should be available to all citizens.

The correct answer is:  C

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_______ is the place in philadelphia that was home to the signing of the declaration of independence in july of 1776.

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Answer:

Assembly Room of Independence Hall

Explanation:

The Pennsylvania legislature loaned the Assembly Room of the Pennsylvania State House out to the men of the Second Continental Congress in May 1775. They approved the nomination of George Washington as Commander in Chief of the newly created army, and they approved the resolution creating the Marine Corps. They also pursued peace, drafting the Olive Branch Petition. King George III never responded to that petition and talk began to grow of seeking independence. On July 2, 1776, the men voted to approve the resolution for independence. On July 4, 1776, they voted to approve their document, the Declaration of Independence. The Declaration of Independence was signed in this room on August 2, 1776.

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Why did antifederalist believe that the constitution was a threat to liberty

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The Anti-Federalists were like a weak government and wanted more power with the states. They were against ratification. They also were in favor of adding a Bill of Rights. The constitutional convention was actually only supposed to fix the Articles of Confederation, the actual first government of the United States. The Articles of Confederation.

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Early toll roads or turnpikes were developed as a result of: A. Public subsidies to private companies
B. Government work programs
C. Private and Public cooperation
D. Community Partnerships

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C. Private and Public cooperation



C.) private and public cooperation, hope this is right
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A geographer is studying the ruins of an ancient civilization that lived in a mountainous region. Which of the following questions would the geographer be least likely to ask? A. Did the mountain separate the population in the region from other culture groups?

B. How were the governments in this mountainous region area organized?

C. What is the exact height of the mountain and what is the climate like at its peak?

D. Where did people settle in the region in relation to the mountain's location?

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The answer for this question would be C. What is the exact height of the mountain and what is the climate like at its peak?

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The answer would be A because mountains have been known to separate cultures into a variety of others. For example the people in the Caucasus mountains were once one people, but because of the mountains stopping trade and travel, their cultures are now completely different. Another result of this is that there are now +400 native languages in the region.

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What effect did attempt to rescue the hostages in Iran crisis have on Carter's presidency? a.) He became a national hero for his successful rescue attempt

b.) He became wildly popular because of his hardline stance on Iran

c.) He lost both the election and his hope of bringing the hostages home

d.) He was summoned before Congress for the results of the rescue attempt.

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The effect of the attempt to rescue the hostages in the Iran crisis on Carter's presidency is that he became wildly popular because of his hardline stance on Iran. The correct option is b.

What effect did the attempt to rescue the hostages in the Iran crisis have on Carter's presidency?

President Carter committed himself to the safe return of the hostages while protecting America’s interests and prestige. He pursued a policy of restraint that put a higher value on the lives of the hostages than on American retaliatory power or protecting his own political future.

The toll of patient diplomacy was great, but President Carter’s actions brought freedom for the hostages with America’s honor preserved. Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, Shah of Iran, began his reign in 1941, succeeding his father, Reza Khan, to the throne.

In a 1953 power struggle with his prime minister, the Shah gained American support to prevent nationalization of Iran’s oil industry.

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answer is b

He became wildly popular because of his hardline stance on Iran

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What fate did Benjamin Franklin fear if the colonists did not unite to repel the French and Indians?

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